Eamonn Sweeney: Galway have suffered at senior level for long enough
It's injury-time. John Commins pucks the ball out, it drops at midfield where there's a scramble before Tony Kilkenny pulls on it and sends it upfield where Noel Lane is isolated against Conor O'Donovan. The ball drops about 30 yards out. Lane, who's on as a sub for one Anthony Cunningham, gets goal-side of O'Donovan, shrugs off his challenge, kicks the ball forward and then drives it first-time past Ken Hogan. Galway have won the 1988 All-Ireland senior hurling championship. And it's all downhill from there.